Christopher Robin Movie Quotes and Trivia (Your Ultimate Guide)
Are you excited about Disney’s new movie Christopher Robin? It is coming to theatres August 3, 2018 and we cannot wait to see it. In the meantime we have everything you want to know about this family friendly movie below!
Christopher Robin is an upcoming movie that features adventure, comedy, drama and fantasy. It is inspired by the 1926 book, Winnie-the-Pooh, by A.A. Milne. The movie features an array of actors and actresses including Ewan McGregor, Hayley Atwell, Mark Gatiss, Jim Cummings (voice) and Brad Garrett (voice).
Christopher Robin is now a businessman living in London with a wife, Evelyn and a young daughter, Madeline. But something has changed- Christopher Robin has lost his sense of adventure that he had as a young boy, with his primary focuses being his family and his job. After happening upon his old pal, Winnie the Pooh, Pooh and the rest of the Hundred Acre Woods gang (Eeyore, Kanga, Owl, Piglet, Rabbit, Roo and Tigger) embark on a journey to help Christopher remember the adventurous and imaginative young boy that still lives inside him.
Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures is set to release the movie in theaters on August 3, 2018.
Here are some great quotes and interesting trivia from the movie!
1. Conversation between Winnie the Pooh and Christopher Robin, from the beginning of the movie trailer:
Winnie the Pooh- “What should happen if you forget about me?”
Christopher Robin (as a young boy)- “Silly old bear. I won’t ever forget about you, Pooh. I promise. Not even when I’m a hundred.”
2. Conversation between Giles Winslow, Christopher’s boss and Christopher:
Giles Winslow- “We should be working this weekend, Robin.”
Christopher- “I promised my wife and daughter I’d take them away this weekend, sir.”
Giles- “All hands on deck.”
3. Conversation between Evelyn Robin, Christopher’s wife, and Christopher, after Evelyn discovers that Christopher won’t be joining her at the cottage due to work obligations:
Evelyn Robin- “You won’t be coming to the cottage?”
Christopher- “Well, it can’t be helped.”
Evelyn- “Your life is happening now, right in front of you.”
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4. Conversation between Christopher and Pooh, after the two suddenly stumble upon one another and it is discovered that Pooh had been searching for Christopher, so he could help Pooh find his lost friends:
Christopher- “Pooh, why are you here?”
Pooh- “Oh, yes. I need your help. I’ve lost all of my friends.”
Christopher- “Let’s get to the bottom of this. Lookout, Pooh. Here I come.” (As Christopher tries to get through the tree hole). “It would appear that I’m stuck.”
Pooh- “Have you just eaten honey?”
Christopher- “I have not just eaten honey.”
Christopher- “I wonder which way.” (After he finally gets through the tree hole.”
Pooh- “I always get to where I’m going by walking away from where I’ve been.”
Christopher- “Do you?”
Pooh- “That’s the way I do it.”
5. Conversation between Christopher and Pooh, after they both travel to the Hundred Acre Woods:
Christopher- “I was wrong about work. I was wrong about everything, and I’ve got to get back to my family.”
Pooh- “Farewell, Christopher Robin.”
6. Pooh, talking to Eeyore, Piglet and Tigger:
Pooh- “I would have liked it to go on for a while longer. Perhaps it’s our turn to save Christopher.”
7. Conversation between Pooh and Madeline, after the Hundred Acre Woods gang heads to London in search of Christopher:
Pooh- “You must be Madeline?”
Madeline Robin- “Wait, you’re the bear in my father’s drawings.”
Pooh- “Yes, do you know where he is?”
Madeline- “I do!”
Tigger- “Hoo-hoo-hoo, let’s bounce!”
8. Pooh, talking to Christopher:
Pooh- “People say nothing is impossible, but I do nothing every day.”
1. Marc Forster (Christopher Robin’s director) has worked with Toby Jones (Owl), Ewan McGregor (Christopher) and Peter Capaldi (Rabbit) in the past. Forster directed the 2004 movie- Finding Neverland- where Jones played the role of Mr. Smee. Forster also directed the 2005 movie- Stay- where McGregor played the role of Dr. Sam Foster. Finally, Forster directed the 2013 movie- World War Z- where Capaldi played the role of a doctor with the World Health Organization.
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2. Musical composer- Johann Johannsson- was originally hired to score the movie. However, he died unexpectedly on February 9, 2018, at the age of 48. His cause of death was not made public. Jon Brion, a composer, instrumentalist, record producer and singer, was then hired to score the movie.
3. Brad Garrett (Eeyore) has lent his voice in 8 previous live-action movies. Here are those 8 films and the role he voiced in each one:
2016- Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows (Krang).
2014- Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb (Easter Island Head).
2009- Night at the Museum: Battle of the Smithsonian (Easter Island Head).
2007- Underdog (Riff Raff).
2006- Night at the Museum (Easter Island Head).
2004- Garfield: The Movie (Luca).
2002- The Country Bears (Fred Bedderhead).
1995- Casper (Fatso).
4. Christopher Robin is the first Winnie the Pooh movie to be rated PG by the Motion Picture Association of America (MPAA). All of the other Winnie the Pooh films had a G rating. The reason Christopher Robin obtained a PG rating is because the movie contains brief mild language.
5. The majority of the actors and actresses in Christopher Robin are new to the world of Winnie the Pooh. There are, however, 2 exceptions. Jim Cummings (Winnie the Pooh and Tigger) has voiced both the roles of Pooh and Tigger in 4 feature films, 9 direct-to-video movies and 3 children’s television series, starting in 1988. Also, Wyatt Dean Hall (Roo) voiced the role of Roo in the 2011 movie- Winnie the Pooh.
6. 2018 (Christopher Robin’s theatrical release) marks 4 Winnie the Pooh anniversaries. They are as follows:
15th anniversary of the release of the movie- Piglet’s Big Movie- in 2003.
30th anniversary of the release of the animated television series- The New Adventures of Winnie the Pooh- in 1988.
35th anniversary of the release of the animated featurette- Winnie the Pooh and a Day for Eeyore- in 1983.
35th anniversary of the release of the live-action/puppet television series- Welcome to Pooh Corner- in 1983.
50th anniversary of the release of the animated featurette- Winnie the Pooh and the Blustery Day- in 1968.